At ThoughtStorm we follow a consistent three –step process (Discover, Research, Propose). This involves using a combination of tools and frameworks to examine a business using both internal and external perspectives.
Business Survival Requires Change
Organizational change management (OCM) is a framework for managing the impact of new business processes, technology, changes in organizational structure or cultural changes within an enterprise. Today’s business environment is rapidly changing, requiring organizations of all types and sizes to continually transform in order to remain competitive, achieve business growth and meet their goals. Transformation projects have also changed over time, becoming far more complex in the new business environment. ThoughtStorm offers diverse project management and technical skills to optimize understanding of the business environment and impacted stakeholders. TSI implements best practice techniques, methodologies, processes and tools, and other project and change management standards. These include, for example, the ability to develop a Work Breakdown Schedule, use of Requirements Analysis and Stakeholder Analysis techniques and a proprietary system for measuring performance against transformation goals.
The Current Business Reality
There are a myriad of challenges that organizations face today, from competitive threats and everchanging customer needs to rapidly changing technology, global politics, financial and supply chain complexities . . . the list is endless. In order to conquer these challenges, businesses not only must be proactive and nimble, but all who enable the business — employees, suppliers, and customers – must understand, support and be able to implement the changes required to overcome these challenges. This is the “raison d’etre” of Organizational Change Management.
Don’t Leave Change to Chance
Business transformation is difficult. Within our Organization Change Management practice, we ensure that we are tightly integrated with the overall program delivery team. This not only ensures a smooth deployment of technology to meet business objectives, but also allows for a seamless transition of impacted staff and stakeholders from the current state to the new state with as minimal disruption to operations as possible.
- Current State of the Organization (PPT)
- Change Impact Assessment
- Stakeholder Needs Identification
- Change Management Strategy
- Organizational Design/Re-Design
- Learning Needs Assessment
- Learning Design & Delivery
- Barriers to Change & Risk Management
- Communications management
- Stakeholder satisfaction
Our Organization Change Management practice addresses these broad categories to empower organizations to drive that digital transformation forward.